How Well Are We Measuring Military Mental Health?
Publisher: Military Medicine, vol. 182, no. 1
Jan 01, 2017
This article discusses two common methodological challenges in efforts to accurately estimate the prevalence of military mental health conditions: (1) problems with measures used to assess psychological functioning and prevalence of mental health conditions in military populations and (2) the use of nonprobability-based sampling methods. Informed by these challenges, we suggest several strategies for improving measures of military mental health.
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